Blog Archive

03. November 2011 by Basti Hirsch

Lehrerbildung ist zu verschult und praxisfern

An Indian educator helped us get in touch: Susann Meyer was first introduced to our team by Kiran Bir Sethi of Riverside School and we were lucky to have her as an intern at playDUcation over the summer. Susann is a teacher-to-be studying in Jena and after her internship we intervieweed her about the state of German teacher education. Her wish: A more practical teacher education program that really prepares you to become a teacher.

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26. October 2011 by Bea Beste

Big Five Of Innovation

exploring: Berlin with a great innovator from Australia

engaging: places and people in Berlin – seen through the eyes of an explorer

learning: how the learning revolution can happen

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18. August 2011 by Bea Beste

Ab in den Quest!

This blog post is about our prototyping in Germany and therefore in German. We will follow up with an update in English and with a bilingual re-work of the playducation homepage! Short summary: We had a first test quest with children and it's been fun and playducative! We're now searching for children, 10 to 14years old, in Berlin who want to test some other quests we're developing.

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06. May 2011 by Basti Hirsch

Don’t wake me, I’m learning

exploring: interplay of sleep & study
engaging: a simple diary beside the bed
learning:  be kind to your biorhythm

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18. February 2011 by Bea Beste

Less conformity and more interference – four playDUcative elements for better conferences

exploring: the Design in Education Conference
engaging: out of the box interaction
learning: content is King – but the way to deliver it makes the Master!

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